Polish Folk Dance Association of the Americas Logo Redesign and 40th Anniversary Logo Creation
- Durum: Closed
- Ödül: $100
- Alınan Girdiler: 13
- Kazanan: reddmac
The Polish Folk Dance Association of the Americas (PFDAA) is seeking a talented and creative graphic designer to redesign its logo and create a special 40th-anniversary logo. PFDAA is a vibrant organization dedicated to preserving and promoting Polish folk dance and culture throughout the Americas. As the association approaches its 40th year, it aims to refresh its brand image while maintaining a connection to its rich history.
Modernization: The primary goal of this project is to modernize the PFDAA logo. While maintaining a loose connection to the original logo, we are looking for a fresh and contemporary design that reflects the organization's commitment to tradition and innovation.
Flat Design: The new logo should embrace a modern flat design style, using clean lines and a minimalist approach. This design choice should ensure versatility and compatibility with various media, from print materials to digital platforms.
Anniversary Logo: In addition to the main logo redesign, we need a separate 40th-anniversary logo that celebrates PFDAA's four decades of promoting Polish folk dance and culture. The anniversary logo should be distinctive yet complementary to the main logo.
Uniqueness: We strongly discourage the use of existing Polish folk dance groups' logos or stock images. Originality is highly valued, and submissions using such elements will be immediately disqualified.
Main Logo: The new PFDAA logo should incorporate elements that represent Polish folk dance, perhaps using abstract or stylized dancers, traditional patterns, or instruments. However, these elements should be presented in a modern and minimalistic way.
40th Anniversary Logo: This logo should clearly convey the 40th milestone. Incorporate the number "40" prominently, and consider using visual cues that signify celebration and achievement.
While we encourage creativity, it is important to maintain a connection to Polish cultural elements. Consider using a color palette that includes traditional Polish colors such as red, white, and shades of blue, while also introducing contemporary color choices that resonate with the target audience.
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